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After pop star Rita Ora apologized for “dangerous” language that was utilized in her newest single, “Ladies,” Cardi B, the tune’s co-star, has additionally chimed in to clarify herself within the midst of the backlash towards the tune. “Ladies,” which additionally options pop singers Bebe Rexha and Charli XCX, was supposed as a celebration of sexual freedom however as an alternative grew to become the focus of a dialogue about dangerous stereotyping and marginalization after a couple of queer artists and followers known as out among the tune’s lyrics.

Cardi, who beforehand issued apologies for offensive terminology she as soon as freely wielded and likewise stood up for fiancé Offset when he skilled a backlash of his personal, tweeted out her response this morning. “We by no means attempt to trigger hurt or had dangerous intentions with the tune,” she explains. “I personally myself had experiences with different lady ,shiieeett with a variety of lady ! I although the tune was tune and that i keep in mind my expertise.”

She additionally went on to reiterate her personal studying expertise and ask for grace for the tune’s different featured artists, as they could nonetheless be studying themselves. “I do know i’ve use phrases earlier than that i wasn’t conscious that they’re offensive to the LGBT group .I apologize for that .Not all people is aware of the proper “phrases “to make use of.I realized and i finished utilizing it.”

The video for the tune has already been shot with a deliberate launch someday within the close to future.

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